30 Sept - 21st Oct

An exhibition exploring the
t-shirt as art form.

Curated by Mike Chavez-Dawson & Co

Assisted by;
Jamie Kirk, Grecia Balassone, Vincent Patterson, Maggie Stick and John Paul Brown

Featuring Sir Peter Blake, Jeremy Deller, David Shrigley, Bob and Roberta Smith and artists from Rogue Artists Studios, Paradise Works, Suite, Bankley Studios, AWOL Studios, Islington Mill, the UK and beyond…

Preview 30th September 2023
Time: 2pm to 5pm

Show runs until 31st October, 2023
Opening Times:
Saturdays 12pm to 4pm
Or by appointment:

Rogue Artists’ Studios & Project Space
4 Barrass Street
M11 1WP


Sir Peter Thomas Blake CBE RDI RA is an English pop artist. He co-created the sleeve design for the Beatles’ 1967 album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. His other works include the covers for two of The Who’s albums, the cover of the Band Aid single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?”, and the Live Aid concert poster. Blake also designed the 2012 Brit Award statuette.

Blake is a prominent figure in the pop art movement. Central to his paintings are his interest in images from popular culture which have infused his collages. 


David Shrigley is a British visual artist. He lived and worked in Glasgow, Scotland for 27 years before moving to Brighton, England in 2015. Shrigley first came to prominence in the 1990s for his distinct line drawings, which often deal with witty, surreal and darkly humorous subject matter and are rendered in a rough, almost childlike style. Alongside his illustration work, Shrigley is also a noted painter, sculptor, filmmaker and photographer, and has recorded spoken word albums of his writing and poetry.

Bob & Roberta

Patrick Brill OBE RA, better known by his pseudonym Bob and Roberta Smith, is a British contemporary artist, writer, author, musician, art education advocate, and keynote speaker. He is known for his “slogan” art, is an associate professor at the School of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University and has curated public art projects such as Art U Need. He was curator for the 2006 Peace Camp and created the 2013 Art Party to promote contemporary art and advocacy. His works have been exhibited and are in collections in Europe and the United States. Brill co-founded The Ken Ardley Playboys and hosts the Make Your Own Damn Music radio show.


Darren Cullen is a satirical artist from Leeds, based in south east London. Darren hass turned part of his studio into a Museum of Neoliberalism open to the public and tour the UK with the Hell Bus, a pre-apocalyptic greenwashing marketing suite. Please visit the Hell Bus which will be open in Manchester city centre during the exhibition.

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